Save The River believes that education is the key to understanding the local environment around us.
On The Water is our field trip component, designed for grades k-6, that brings the classroom to the River. On the boat ride, students learn about aquatic habitats, wildlife, invasive species, and much more! Students also receive the opportunity to explore local landmarks, participate in hikes, and other activities.
Floating Classroom is our NEW education program where grades 7-12 can gain STEM experience in the field. Students will be learning about local history, performing a variety of lab experiments centered around wildlife and invasive species, building datasets, and learning about citizen science.
Interested in bringing your classroom to the River? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Is On The Water right for your class?
Save the River’s On the Water program works with Clayton Island Tours to provide a memorable and educational experience on the river. An In the Classroom experience is a prerequisite. Once this prerequisite is met, our On the Water program is available to you! We are happy to work with you to make sure all students have a safe and enjoyable time on the water.